Previous Awards Recipients
2013 Award Recipients
Sarah Trager ’13 has won the 300-level award for her HIST 302 paper,”Shaping Memory with Monuments: Diverging Representations of Holocaust Commemoration.” Supporting faculty: Nina Tumarkin
Kalina Yingnan Deng ’14 has won the 100/200-level award for her WRIT 290 paper, ”Fundamentally Moral: A Philosophical Defense of Judge W. Arthur Garrity, Jr. and Morgan v. Hennigan.” Supporting faculty: Lynne Viti
Shweta Patwardhan ’16 has won the First Year Award for her WRIT 143 paper, “Individual and the Family in Athenian Society.” Supporting faculty: Raymond Starr
Laurence Toal ’14 has won the inaugural Independent Study Award for her POL 350 paper, ”Their Soviet Elder Brothers: The Soviet Union’s Hand in Shaping Reunification Policy for East Germany and North Korea.” Supporting faculty: Katharine Moon
Aryanne de Silva ’13 and Karina Chung ’13 received an honorable mention for their PSYC 350 paper, ”Effects of a Pretend Play Intervention on Executive Functioning Tasks.” Supporting faculty: Tracy Gleason
2012 Award Recipients
Claire McRee '12 has won the 300-level award for her ARTH 350 paper, "Mobilizing Fashion: Nationalism and Utopia in George Barbier's Falbalas et Fanfreluches." Supporting faculty: Patricia Berman
Rebecca Rubinstein '15 has won the 100/200-level award for her SPAN 242 paper, "La guerra del tiempo: Una historia del carpe diem en la literatura hispánica." Supporting faculty: Elena Gascón-Vera
Bianca Lin '15 has won the First Year Award for her WRIT 125 paper, "Shakespeare's Legacy: The Impact of Hamlet on Eugène Delacroix's Life and Work." Supporting faculty: William Cain.
Rachel Shuen '12 received an honorable mention for her HIST 312 paper, "San Francisco Chinatown's Path of Resistance: Challenging Health Measures in Federal Court During the Plague Outbreak of 1900." Supporting faculty: Ryan Quintana
2011 Award Recipients
Katie Sheahon '11 has won the 300 level award for her FREN 349 paper, "La prostituée et la belle époque: comment les images de la prostituée soulignent les peurs de la dégénérescence de la société française au dix-neuvième siècle."Supporting faculty: Venita Datta
Caitlin Toole '11 has won the 100/200 level award for her WRIT 290 paper, "Fatally Faithful: The Implications & Consequences of Dennis & Lorie Nixon’s Conviction in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Nixon." Supporting faculty: Lynne Viti
Mika Asaba '13 and Karen Su '13have won the First Year Award for their CS 114 paper, "The Democratization of Visual Art on the Web." Supporting faculty: Panagiotis Metaxas
Laura Marrin '11 received an Honorable Mention for her POLS 350 paper, "Shaping U.S. Public Opinion on Armed Humanitarian Intervention Policies: A Case Study of President Clinton's Framing of the Rwandan and Bosnian Genocides."Supporting faculty: Stacie Goddard
2010 Award Recipients
Lillian Wies '10 has won the 300 level award for her ARTH 341 paper: "The Political Narrative as Expressed through Northern Song Landscape Painting: An introduction to the topic by examining Guo Xi's Early Spring and Old Trees, Level Distance." Supporting faculty: Heping Liu
Joanna Concessao '13 has won the 100/200 level award for her POL1 200 paper: "The Government-Backed Bankruptcies of GM and Chrysler: A Case of Trusteeship Democracy in Action." Supporting faculty: Tom Burke
Rachel Doyle '13 has won the new First Year Award for her PSYC 101 paper: The Evaluation of Contradictory Studies and Concepts Regarding Sleep-Talking."Supporting faculty: Linda Carli
2009 Award Recipients
100/200 level: Ran Tao '09 EXTD 240 : "Jacobus Publicius's Artes Orandi, Epistolandi. Memorandi: A Bibliographic Analysis"
300 level: Maria Lisiakova '10 POL3 379 paper: "A Triumph of Doctrine: the Story of the Brusilov Offensive"